Locked content CBOS poll: PiS losing support; PO and Nowoczesna on rise

The ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party lost 5 percent of support in September, while opposition political parties garnered more votes, the latest poll by CBOS shows. As much as 36 percent of Poles are willing to vote for PiS, in comparison with 41 percent in the previous poll. Civic Platform (PO) ca...

Locked content CBOS poll: 25% gap between PiS and PO

According to the latest survey conducted by pollster CBOS, only three political parties would be present in the Polish parliament in the case of an election. The Law and Justice (PiS) party strengthened its position, receiving 41 percent of the vote (versus 39 percent in the previous poll). Previous...

Locked content TNS August poll: PiS leading; Nowoczesna surpassed by Kukiz’15

According to a new poll by TNS Polska, as much as 36 percent of Poles would vote for the Law and Justice (PiS) party, which represents the same number as in July poll. The support for its opposition rivals Civic Platform (PO) also has not changed, remaining at 18 percent of the possible ballot. Mean...

Locked content PiS leading; Nowoczesna surpassed by PO – poll

A new poll conducted by Millward Brown for TVN showed that Law and Justice (PiS) party remains in a leading position, receiving 33 percent of all votes. The Civic Platform (PO) strengthened its position, gaining 19 percent of Poles’ support, while newcomers Nowoczesna still can count on 18 per...

Locked content TNS poll: PiS support falls to 36% in July

The Law and Justice (PiS) party lost some support, while its opposition rivals Civic Platform (PO) and Nowoczesna attracted more support in July than previously, a new poll by TNS Polska showed. As much as 36 percent of respondents would vote for PiS, which is 4 percent less than in June. Meanwhile,...

Locked content Poll: PiS leading with 39% support in July

According to the latest poll conducted by CBOS on June 30 – July 7, the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party has strengthened its position, while its rivals maintained the same level as in the previous poll. As much as 39 percent of Poles are willing to vote for PiS, in comparison with 35 percen...

Locked content Kaczyński: NATO summit boosts Poland’s security

“NATO’s summit in Warsaw, which decided to bolster the alliance’s eastern flank, has boosted Poland’s security,” Jarosław Kaczyński, the chairman of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party said on Sunday. “This is a great success. We have a fundamental change and a very clear increa...

Locked content Poll: PiS losing support, Nowoczesna gaining votes

According to the latest poll conducted by IBRiS for Rzeczpospolita, the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party lost some support, while Nowoczesna strengthened its position. As much as 32 percent of Poles are willing to vote for PiS, in comparison with 35.5 percent in the previous poll. Nowoczesna party...

Locked content Poll: PiS leading, PO surpassed by Nowoczesna

According to the latest poll conducted by IBRiS for Onet, only four political parties would be present in the Polish parliament in the case of an election. A poll revealed that the Law and Justice (PiS) party strengthened its position – as much as 35.5 percent of Poles are willing to vote for ...